The Arizona Forest Trail That Holds A Long Forgotten Secret Of Arizona’s Earliest Residents

Exploring ancient ruins often requires lots of strenuous hiking, but there’s one archaeological site in Arizona that’s accessible via a short-and-sweet, quarter-mile stroll. Located in Flagstaff, the Elden Pueblo Heritage Site showcases how the Sinagua people, some of the area’s very first residents, lived. It’s a truly fascinating experience and one that can be enjoyed by all skill levels.

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Click here to learn more about the Elden Pueblo Heritage Site.

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Address: Elden Pueblo, AZ 86004, USA